A green café in Bangalore.
A green street café in Bengaluru.
A green-painted cafe in Mumbai.
The green-colored, low-slung, small, green-stocked, greenish café at Kishangarajan in Bangalore has been in business for more than 25 years.
The cafe was recently restored and has undergone many repairs to its interior, as it is undergoing a renovation.
“The cafe has been there for the last 25 years and it’s always been a big part of our culture,” said Kishampayan, who opened the cafe in 1991.
It was for the working class. “
The cafe was never a cafe for the wealthy and the people that had money to spend here.
Kishampahan said he wanted to make it a place where the poor and the poor can shop, eat, and drink.”
I hope people who have money come here to shop here.”
Kishampahan said he wanted to make it a place where the poor and the poor can shop, eat, and drink.
He said the cafe has three floors, two in the front and one in the back.
The floor in front of the café is a kitchen, where the café kitchen is.
The kitchen in the rear has a dining area and a private area where the owner can cook.
The interior of the cafe.
“It’s very old.
I don’t want it to be an empty space,” he said.
The coffee shop is in the basement, with its windows facing the street.
The cafe’s name comes from the green leaf of the plant Lactuca spp.
which grows in India.
The owner said that the name was inspired by the fact that the coffee shop has a green background.
“We used to call it ‘Kishangal’, which means green,” he told The Hindu.
“Kishapane is the word for green.
I think it’s a very poetic name.”